Ken Fortenberry has spent a lifetime fighting for responsible, accountable, honest government and for the rights of REAL PEOPLE. He believes that people – not the government – should make decisions that affect their personal lives, and that the best government is the least government. Ken is a nationally recognized award-winning investigative journalist and small businessman whose roots in North Carolina date to back to the 1700s. A champion of people who often have no one to speak for them,…
For too long the important decisions that affect North Carolina have been left in the hands of career politicians whose whose focus has been on reelection or seeking the next highest office. Millions of Americans – whom Ken calls REAL PEOPLE – have been left behind in the process and have felt hopeless as the politicians have run roughshod over their lives and small businesses, robbing them of their personal freedoms and managing them like sheep. Young people have been…
Fed up with the same old politics as usual with the Republicans and the Democrats? Tired of the lies, deceit, corruption and self-centered politics of career politicians? Ready for more freedom and less government interference in your life? Maybe it’s time to learn more about the Libertarian Party and to start insisting on more common sense and less Big Brother. North Carolinians increasingly are weary of the government telling them what to do and when and how to do it….
Ken is getting an early start in the 2016 race for Governor of North Carolina, and is already hard at work organizing his campaign across the state. Ken is running a people-centered, grassroots campaign in which every contribution of time or money - no matter how small - will help get the message out that people are fed up with the major political parties and want less government and more freedom.
End the War on Drugs.
Lower the legal drinking age to 18.
Lower NC personal income taxes.
End corporate welfare and handouts to Fat Cats.
End cronyism and crookedness in government.
Reduce government spending.
Reduce government regulations and interference.